It’s time to fix “the bad” (failure to repeal the SGR) of health reform May 14. 2010 | Comments (10)
Here's an excerpt from today's "On the Road" blog by Jim Rohack, MD, president of the American Medical Association and a cardiologist from Temple, TX:
On June 1, the 21 percent cut goes into effect. While Congress has put a temporary patch in place three times this year, the deficit is still growing, along with the cost for permanent repair. The AMA, the Federation of Medicine, AARP and the Military Officers Association of America are working together to get Congress to do the right thing and stop making the problem worse.